In the Present Demand Delays. →
practicalopacity: While our culture of technology preaches the gospel of “constant connectivity” with the fervor of a televangelist, there are a growing number of us who have realized that salvation is found the seemingly heretical choice to occasionally be out of the loop, uninformed and essentially delayed in our awareness of the electronically available “now”. Every now and then, we writers...
I’m often asked what inspired me to become a minimalist. The answer: I fell in...– Traveling Lightly Through Life | zen habits Francine Jay is the author of The Joy of Less, A Minimalist Living Guide: How to Declutter, Organize, and Simplify Your Life. She writes about living with less at Miss Minimalist.
New York City Subway Photos - Interactive Exhibit →
Very nice history & photography about a specific place and feature of the US.
I’m starting to wonder about the numerous applications one can now buy to help...– Minimal Mac | Addiction, Step One of Twelve Patrick Rhone on a different perspective on needing minimal and simple apps, the WHY of it. Interesting. I never thought of my tendency of letting things get piled up, and thus the resultant stacks of clutter everywhere, as indicative of addiction, but...
Why I Changed My Coffee Religion →
So here is the story of the small things that led me away from Tim Horton’s. First, the servers wouldn’t stir my coffee. The coffee was inconsistent, a small thing, but one that I know my fellow coffee drinkers out there will understand. The EXACT thing bugged me for a long while, but out of convenience I went with them. No more.
Can't seem to sleep in
I don’t mind waking up at 5 am when its cause is patting my face with tiny hands saying, “mama mama, up up, hambugeh, hambuguh.” He cracks me up.